She was once an integral part of the WWF’s infamous ‘Attitude Era.’ A valet, a manager and even a wrestler and a former WWF Women’s champion. Today on the blog, we ask, ‘Whatever happened to‘ Debra McMichael? Continue reading
Last week we debuted a new series looking at the history of Clash of Champions, starting with the inaugural event from March 1988. Today we follow that up by looking at Clash of Champions II: Miami Mayhem which took place on June 8, 1988, at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, Florida. There were 2400 people in attendance and the show drew a 4.8 rating on TBS.
In a new series from Benjamin, the blog’s newest writer, we’ll take a trip back to a time when NWA/WCW put on Clash of Champions cards free of charge on the Superstation TBS about four times year. Beginning in 1988 and ending in 1997, Benjamin begins his odyssey some 29 years ago with the original Clash of The Champions. Continue reading
We have reached the end of the road in our 1996 wrestling retrospective. Today we catch up on significant events from WCW’s biggest show of the year; Starrcade, along with the subsequent Nitro and also WWF Monday Night Raw. If you want to continue following the WWF side of things then Craig has already covered every Raw from 1997 here. If you are more interested in the WCW side of things then watch this space! Anyway, let’s see what happened at Starrcade and the 53rd episodes of Nitro and Raw of the year in this week’s The Way We Was… Continue reading
We may have reached 52 episodes of Raw and Nitro from 1996, but a mixture of a leap year and January 1st 1997 falling on a Tuesday mean that today we bring you action from the penultimate week in 1996. With Jerry Maguire hitting cinema screens let’s find out why WCW’s ‘Ambassador of Quan’ was wearing a kilt in this week’s The Way We Was… Continue reading
Back in 1996 there’s only one word on people’s lips in the build up to Christmas; “Elmo”. The Sesame Street character has been encouraging children to tickle him in the latest toy craze that has parents panic buying before the big day. Let’s see who was ticklish on Raw and Nitro in this week’s The Way We Was… Continue reading
With 1997 fast approaching there’s been some notable comings and goings this week. After five years on the show, Pamela Anderson-Lee has announced that she is leaving Baywatch. Elsewhere, Apple (the computer people) have announced that Steve Jobs will be returning to the company after it purchased Jobs’ solo venture, NeXT Inc. I wonder if this move will pay off? Anyway, let’s see who was coming, going and wrestling in this week’s The Way We Was… Continue reading